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Honda HR-V: Audio System Description - Overview

Overview

The Audio and Visual system consists of digital audio/video playback function, wireless communication to the customer's device, and displaying the driver's support information.

Audio Unit and Audio-Navigation Unit

An audio unit with navigation function is referred to as audio-navigation unit. This unit has built-in yaw rate sensor, an acceleration sensor, and the navigation map data is installed (refer to the Navigation System Overview).

The audio unit or the audio-navigation unit acts as the processor which includes playback functions of the AM, FM, and HD radio* tuners, the external tuner (XM*) that is connected to GA-net, the CD player, the USB, the Bluetooth audio, and the iPod for music. Select audio functions from the audio (audio-navigation) unit buttons, touch screen (Touch the display directly to select items on the screen), or the audio remote switch (on the steering wheel).

*: With navigation

The audio unit or the audio-navigation unit has a built-in EEPROM (electrically erasable programmable read-only memory). This memory holds the AM/FM audio presets (sound settings, etc.) even when the 12 volt battery is disconnected (XM presets are stored in the XM receiver).

There are two kinds of audio units according to a vehicle model.

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

Display Audio Type (7-inch Screen)

The audio unit or the audio-navigation unit has a 7-inch WVGA electrostatic capacitance touch panel. Two microphones for voice recognition or HandsFreeLink (HFL), an antenna for Bluetooth communication, and an antenna for wireless LAN communication that are built into the audio panel. The microphones have high directivity and are able to clearly hear and differentiate the driver and front passenger's voices. As an advanced feature, a smart phone linkage function and a video playback function are available.

Display audio type units exist as an audio unit and an audio-navigation unit, and these units look like a same unit, but the audio-navigation unit displays a Honda Globe screen after displaying a Honda logo screen every time when you turn the vehicle to the ACCESSORY mode. If the unit does not displayed any screen according to failure of the unit or the vehicle, remove the unit, and check for connector C (24P) terminal No. 14. If the terminal is using a BLU wire (VSP line), the unit can be recognized as an audio-navigation unit.

SD Card Module

The audio unit uses a SD card module as a storage media that saves the system data, the backup data, and the applications. The audio unit and the SD card module cannot be substituted separately.

NOTE: The audio-navigation unit is refer to the Navigation System Overview.

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

Electrostatic Capacitance Touch Panel

To use the touch-screen, bring your finger close to the screen or gently touch it with your finger. The touch sensor senses the change of the electrical charge when your finger is close to the screen and detects the position of the electrical charge. Use only a gentle touch to select or move the screen image. A hard finger press is not necessary. The screen cannot sense your touch if you wear heavy gloves, use a fingernail, or a pen.

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

Color Audio Type (5-inch Screen)

The audio unit has a 5-inch VGA display panel. This screen is not touch sensitive. An antenna for Bluetooth communication is built in the audio panel. As an advanced feature, the HandsFreeLink function includes an external microphone.

Audio Visual Systems - Testing & Troubleshooting

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